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06/24/2014 09:37 am ET Updated Jun 24, 2014

FIFA Under Fire For Allegedly Giving Bonuses To Top Executives

It seems FIFA is having one controversy after the next. Before the World Cup opened, FIFA was dogged by allegations of corruption, then stadiums in Brazil weren't finished in time, and now the organization is under fire for allegedly doubling the salaries of top executives.

The Sunday Times initially reported that FIFA's president Sepp Blatter secretly gave top executives bonuses amounting to more than $4 million. Now the newspaper is alleging that FIFA's bosses gave themselves a 100 percent pay raise, SkyNews reported.

Watch the video above for more information on the fiscal allegations.

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